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Your eye care provider has to give you your prescription for glasses or contacts so that you can buy them where you want.
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If you’re thinking about using products that claim to fight cancer, talk to your doctor first.
Products to enhance your hearing include hearing aids and personal sound amplification devices.
Learn the facts about direct-to-consumer marketing of genetic tests.
Generic drugs work just as well as brand-name drugs, and they can save you money.
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There aren't any products that can prevent or cure a cold.
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